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Maps and Atlases Release ‘Beware and Be Grateful’

This past week, folk rock band Maps and Atlases released their brand new LP, Beware and Be Grateful, along with the dates of their April European tour. I’ve been listening to Maps and Atlases for a while now, as well as lead singer Dave Davison’s side project Cast Spells, and I can safely say that their music continues to develop both in general sound and in complexity. They create a very low key presence on their albums, yet the quartet from Chicago can really put on a rad show.

Check out my favorite from the album “Be Three Years Old” below:

Beware and Be Grateful Tracklist:

  1. Old & Gray
  2. Fever
  3. Remote & Dark Years
  4. Silver Self
  5. Vampires
  6. Be Three Years Old
  7. Bugs
  8. Old Ash
  9. Important

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